With GamesRadar only giving away a couple Bethesda track jackets, as a consolation, I thought I’d share another way you can show your support. Elder Scrolls fan Eugene Nesci sent in pictures he took with his brothers showing off their Elder Scrolls costumes. He writes:
“My brothers and I have been massive fans of the Elder Scroll’s series for a long time…
What do you get when you combine that with too much spare time and an infinite supply of cardboard?
See… who needs track jackets? Awesome work by Eugene and his brothers. Now I just need to know how to make cardboard look like chainmail for my Commando party.
Up there on the left is Fallout: New Vegas creative director Chris Avellone, signing lithographs next to “All Roads” cover artist Geof Darrow at this year’s Comic-Con. Judging by the rest of these pictures, it was a somewhat busy day. For more on All Roads, head to IGN.
Avellone also joined fellow New Vegas designers John Gonzalez and George Ziets for the panel “Fallout: Writing for Evolving Game Franchises.” Oaths were taken; bounties were marked. Read recaps of the panel at Gamespot, G4TV, and Kotaku.
Update: It was pointed out you can find a few additional pics of Chris and Geof signing posters at Dark Horse’s website.
Bethesda games are now on Impulse, and it already feels like there was never a time when they weren’t.
For those of you behind the times, Impulse is Stardock’s one-stop digital download store. And now Impulse is also an excellent place to pick up Bethesda games, including Morrowind, Oblivion, Fallout 3 and Call of Cthulhu.
Last night’s broadcast of GameTrailers TV is now online – watch above to learn more about Fallout: New Vegas from the game’s Project Director, Josh Sawyer. Use the slider above to search for the segment (it follows info on the latest God of War game), or watch it in HD at GameTrailers.com (just skip ahead to Chapter 3).
For a different take on New Vegas, watch last night’s story from Channel 8 News NOW (KLAS). The piece discusses the game in broad strokes (and features Josh Sawyer), while also asking if the real Las Vegas is prepared for similar circumstances.
Finally, at Comic-Con yesterday, Obsidian’s Chris Avellone, John Gonzalez, and George Ziets participated in the panel,”Fallout: Writing for Evolving Game Franchises.” Read a panel recaps at Gamespot, G4TV, and Kotaku.
QuakeCon doesn’t start for another three weeks (August 12-15), but the guys at Quake-Live.tv are getting everyone ready for the fun. Last night they aired the QuakeCon Kickoff Show, which lasted about 3 hours. To learn more about this year’s event, definitely check it out at the links below…
“Finally, we asked Avellone if gamers who read the comic can expect its characters to appear and its events to be referenced. He said, “If you read the graphic novel, you’ll see the results of many of the events, locations, and fates of the characters in the comic in primary and secondary locations in the game – as well as characters you’ll encounter in these locations.”
In addition to the interview, IGN also have your first look at the full cover for “All Roads“. Don’t forget, if you’re attending San Diego Comic-Con, you’ll have a chance to get an “All Roads” lithograph — signed by Avellone and cover artist Geof Darrow.
For one of our forum members, Eirik, Morrowind is a big deal for both himself and his family. As he explained in an email to Bethesda Blog, “It is not uncommon to find us discussing ‘What we did today in Vvardenfel’ at the dinner table every Sunday when we get together.” A fan of creating dioramas (check out his website), he’s actually created Morrowind characters by re-purposing 2-3 inch action figures.
After the break, you’ll find more Morrowind pieces — including mod-inspired characters.
In interviews prior to the release of The Infernal City: An Elder Scrolls Novel, author Greg Keyes noted that sites like The Imperial Library were extremely helpful to his work on the book. This week, the site has an interview with the author… check it out!
The Collector’s Edition of Fallout: New Vegas will come packed with all kinds of excellent extras — not the least of which is “All Roads,” a hardcover graphic novel written by New Vegas creative director Chris Avellone that acts as a prequel to the game.
Today we’re announcing that comic icon Geof Darrow — best known for contributing art to Hard Boiled, Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot and The Matrix films — has put his considerable talents to work on a cover for “All Roads,” with Peter Doherty providing colors. The graphic novel also features art by Jean Diaz (Incorruptible) and Wellinton Alves (Marvel’s Shadowland: Blood on the Streets, Nova).
You can check out a small slice of Darrow and Doherty’s large-scale, dual-page piece above. For a closer look at the bigger picture, you’ll need to head down to Comic-Con, where Darrow and Avellone will be handing out signed “All Roads” lithographs at the Dark Horse Comics booth. Here are all the relevant details:
Both Geof Darrow and Chris Avellone will be signing special lithographs featuring the full cover art at the Dark Horse booth (Booth #2615) at Comic-Con International in San Diego on Saturday, July 24 from 5:00pm to 6:00pm.
The Fallout: New Vegas collector’s edition, which is available available for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Games for Windows, can be pre-ordered now through participating retailers. Fallout: New Vegas will be released in North America on October 19, 2010 and across Europe on October 22, 2010.